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Hi I'm Trevor

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Arizona. My wife and I have three boys and love outdoor activities. I am a chiropractor and love helping people feel better and become healthier without drugs and surgery. I am a big sports fan but I enjoy playing sports more than I do watching them on TV. My favorite activities are things done outside including, sports, hiking, camping, fishing and hunting, to name a few.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents were both born into the church and I was raised in a family that was very active in the church. I always felt the church was true and as I studied the scriptures and prayed when I was a boy I could feel the spirit strongly. As I was getting older and closer to the age of serving a mission I knew I could not serve a mission just because my parents wanted me to go. I knew it was the right thing to do but it was about that time in my life that i realized I needed to no longer rely on my parents testimony. I put the scriptures to the test and after many months of sincere prayer and scripture study I knelt down and asked Heavenly Father for personal revelation to know for certainty that this was His church and that all that I grew up knowing was indeed correct. I will not go into detail what happened next but I can tell you that that prayer changed my life as much any prayer has affected anyone on this earth. I know that this church is the true church. I know that Joseph Smith did indeed do all he claimed to do. He was a true prophet. I know the Book of Mormon is true and that through it we can become closer to the Savior. I know that Christ was a perfect example for us to emulate and that through the atonement and only through the atonement we can return to live with God, Jesus Christ and our families forever.

How I live my faith

LIfe is hard and we all have ups and downs. We have good days and bad days and even good years and bad years. What I have noticed is life is always better the closer I live the gospel. When I do the little things we have been taught (daily prayers, scripture study etc...) I am a lot happier. This doesn't mean life is easier but it is better. Living the gospel is more of a process in my mind. I don't know if we will ever reach a point in which we are doing all we can. There is always something to work on something we can learn or work harder to do, someone we can serve or a calling we can be a little more diligent in fulfilling. My goal is to do the best I can each day and to do a little better tomorrow than I did today. As we try to follow the Saviors example we will begin to understand and know what he does. We become closer to him and that allows us to become a little more like him as we go through life.